Home of Kings Langley FC

Opened 1997

Capacity 1,900

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Orbital Fasteners Stadium
51.722661,-0.450936

Rating: 4.3

(105) Google Reviews

Decent ground with good facilities. Not loads of parking but plenty outside. Toilets were clean and 2 good sized stands on each side with a small one behind the goal. Pitch was in excellent condition and good selection from the food van.
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2 months ago
Great football club and great fans well worth going there for some local non-league football ⚪⚫⚪⚫⚪
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4 months ago
Friendly bar. Lots of parking and good ale and selection of gins extensive. All Covid precautions taken seriously. Heated seating areas too, which was nice.
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5 months ago
Good pitch good helpful people
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a month ago
Nice club house but car park is small and was very busy.
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5 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

In March 1997, Kings Langley finally gained a new permanent home on Hempstead Road. The reformation of the club's youth team in 1989 helped play a part in this, as junior and senior supporters joined forces to help obtain the land, lay the pitches, and build a pavilion. Sponsors of the project included the National Lottery, the Hertfordshire FA, Dacorum Borough Council, Kings Langley Parish Council, and Graham Gaywood, a well-known benefactor of the club who died soon after the stadium's completion. The ground is named Gaywood Park in his honour.